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It has sometimes been claimed that the interpretive approach to RE is difficult to grasp, particularly for those who have not worked through the method in their own practice.£CALL Out of stock
Ian Jamison writes about the early stages of one global schools project which has been made possible by advances in information technology.£CALL Out of stock
Brian Gates explains how he came to formulate the "Ten Characteristics of RE" in the way that he did.£CALL Out of stock
James Holt argues that a teacher’s underlying beliefs and values can form an important element of their formation as a teacher.£CALL Out of stock
Michelle Smith shares the rejuvenating feeling and experience, and offers challenging ideas for RE teaching around Holocaust issues.£CALL Out of stock
The Religious Education of England and Wales held its 2014 Annual General Meeting in the Welsh Government Buildings in Cardiff on May 7th and were addressed by Huw Lewis, Minister for Education in Wales.£CALL Out of stock
This book is packed with ideas on how to use art as a resource in the classroom. It includes eight coloured picture cards from the 'Art in Heaven' competition, drawing on artwork created by pupils from a wide variety of ages and backgrounds, and also other more well-known works of art.£CALL Out of stock
Joy Stanford explains how using a new self-evaluation toolkit helped her promote RE through the Ofsted inspection process.£CALL Out of stock
Olivia Seymour sums up her experience of sharing the assessment load with pupils themselves.£CALL Out of stock
This study shows how a Year 9 class were able to explore the philosophical, scientific and theological concepts of truth through a range of activities which linked not only to RE, but also English and science.£CALL Out of stock
Guidance and a code of conduct.£CALL Out of stock
All Saints School in Sandwell decided to have a special week of work on RE, with a focus on respect for everyone. Themes of community, faith and identity were addressed in a punchy week of activities.£CALL Out of stock
Brian Gates gave the opening address at the annual conference of the Association of RE Advisers, Inspectors and Consultants (AREIAC), held in Peterborough in July 2006.£CALL Out of stock
In the real world, religions don't always sing in harmony. In the real world, hard questions must be asked about relations between Christians and Muslims.£CALL Out of stock
How can students be helped to develop the skills of interpretation and analysis in RE? How might they become more confident in presenting their ideas to others? Stephen Pett, hit on the idea of using Kar2ouche.£CALL Out of stock
REtoday sub-editor Chris Boxley wanted to get some first-hand authentic reflections on Buddhist life in the UK today.£CALL Out of stock